Most Old Sloop performances will be in Fellowship Hall for the 2023-2024 season. Most performances will include an intermission, and homemade desserts and coffee, tea, and other drinks will be available. COVID-19 remains a concern, and capacity will be limited to 120 in Fellowship Hall and 250 in the much larger sanctuary to allow space for attendees to distance. Masks are optional but recommended. Ticket purchasers who suspect they have contracted COVID-19 should not attend, and Old Sloop Presents will refund purchases. Click here to see of all of our COVID-19 protocols.
Sat. Jan. 20: Mark Erelli
Over his two decade-long career, Mark Erelli has proven himself equally at home in a multitude of roles: writing and producing his own material, serving as a sideman guitarist, and producing albums for other artists.
Sat. Feb. 3: Joy Clark
Joy Clark is a New Orleans-born singer-songwriter, lyrical guitarist, composer, and rising star in the Americana music scene.
Sat. Mar. 2: Reggie Harris and Pat Wictor
Reggie Harris and Pat Wictor bring light and love to their audiences, modeling a kind of humanity on stage.
Sat. Mar. 23: co-bill Hayley Reardon and The Clements Brothers
Hayley Reardon and The Clements Brothers are fabulous additions to Cape Ann’s already vibrant music scene.
Sat. Apr. 20: The Honey Dewdrops — Erin Ash Sullivan opens
No Depression says of their new album, Light Behind Light, “The Honey Dewdrops have a way of filling their songs with humanity, using their beautiful playing and harmonies to emphasize what connects us all.”
Fri. May 10: Martyn Joseph — Dan Pallotta opens
Martyn Joseph is a completely unique and mind blowing artist. Take everything you think you know about singer songwriters….and rip it up.
Fri. June 7: Danielle Miraglia and The Glory Junkies
The Glory Junkies’ sound combines the blues rock vibe of The Rolling Stones and Janis Joplin with Danielle’s signature lyrical ability to explore human nature at its best and worst.